Re: block-containers with BPD set

2005-01-27 Thread Jeremias Maerki
Thanks to Victor and Andreas for helping me here, although I'm still confused. On 27.01.2005 00:25:27 Victor Mote wrote: Andreas L. Delmelle wrote: Do you feel the contents of the block-container should not be broken up at all? (Hence the analogy to a fo:external-graphic?) No, sorry, I

Fwd: FOP status

2005-01-27 Thread Ilya Khandamirov
Dear FOP Developers, I'm re-posting this mail from the user list, because there was no clear answer there. The main questions are: - what are the plans concerning the future FOP releases? Is there a defined timeline? - what are the plans concerning the spec conformance? Your answers are

Re: FOP status

2005-01-27 Thread The Web Maestro
Ilya, NOTE: This message does not reflect a decision of the FOP Development Team. Rather it is my own thoughts on the subject. If there are any mistakes or inaccuracies in my thinking or reasoning, I hope the FOP Team will let us know. My goal is to give Ilya and other an answer on this

RE: block-containers with BPD set

2005-01-27 Thread Victor Mote
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Thanks to Victor and Andreas for helping me here, although I'm still confused. On 27.01.2005 00:25:27 Victor Mote wrote: Andreas L. Delmelle wrote: Do you feel the contents of the block-container should not be broken up at all? (Hence the analogy to a

Re: block-containers with BPD set

2005-01-27 Thread Jeremias Maerki
Thank you, Victor, now I think I finally understand what you mean. However, I see is that this could lead to very funny results. Imagine a BC with BPD set, overflow=repeat and reference-orientation=180. When the contents overflow the first VPA, a new one is created under the first (in BC parent's